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Thursday, September 22, 2011
CNN/ Money Magazine has come out with their top 25 Best Places to Retire and Boise ranks in the top. What to do they all have in common for the post work crowd? Amenities galore and the low cost of living doesn't hurt either.
Posted by dawnmitchell at 9/22/2011 9:33:00 PM

Did you ever wonder about the Zwiss train schedule, UFO sightings, or Twitter Trending Topics? You might have some fun here . . . www.cio.com/article/676687/10_Things_You_Can_Track…eshow 

Posted by Michael Shumway at 9/22/2011 8:35:00 PM
Wednesday, September 21, 2011

iPhone More bars in more places
AWOL iPhone More bars in more places:: Stop me if you’ve heard this one: An Apple engineer and an iPhone prototype walk into a bar…What sounds like a setup to a joke is no joke to Apple, after yet another iPhone prototype went out for a quick one and never came back.

Posted by Michael Shumway at 9/21/2011 8:33:00 PM

No, they don’t have to. We just haven’t caught on yet. They are using virtually the same methods to get into your computer as 10 – 15 years ago; malware, password-cracking, fake anti-virus programs, phishing, and so on. Why come up with something new if the old tried and true still work? Reports of more sophisticated malware seem to be a little exaggerated. How many times have you heard of someone clicking a link in their email and their system becomes infected? It is true that the intruders are doing more once they are in; so let’s keep them out.

We have to concentrate on doing the basics a little better. Make sure all of your anti-virus and spyware programs are up-to-date and turned on. Remember though, once you click on it, the computer has been given the OK to go, download, install, whatever. You are the decision maker. Make good decisions.

Posted by Michael Shumway at 9/21/2011 8:26:00 PM
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
A company called Corvus Law Group is mailing ads to Idaho homeowners inviting them to join scam lawsuits against their mortgage lenders, Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden warned. The ads look like government forms and claim homeowners can get large principal reductions or other monetary relief if they join the lawsuit. "The scam is a pretext to collect an unlawful $5,000 upfront fee from homeowners," Wasden said in a press release. "The representations in the solicitations are false and are designed to prey on vulnerable homeowners. My office is currently investigating this company."
Posted by dawnmitchell at 9/13/2011 9:49:00 PM
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